Camino de Santiago
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A full day with a nice mix of stops, lunch break & an excellent guide.

A good mix of information given out; historic, contemporary, rural, agricultural, environmental. A good Spanish & English speaking guide. Well paced to show the various sites as well as a long enough time for the lunch stop. An excellent spot to visit, with the wild Atlantic Ocean as a back drop, with beautiful rural Galicia being interpreted as we went along.

Great Tour Location, Lacked Guide Organization

This tour offers value for the price. Great locations, interesting history. The sad part is the guide did not have control of the tour, lacked organizational/people skills.

Totally awesome guide! Very knowledgeable, very entertaining. Nice bus

It was a great trip. The guide was fantastic. The weather didn't cooperate, but you can't have everything.

Santiago de Compostela Full Day Tour Reviewed by Kevin, 04/01/2015

Driving tour around Finisterre, Costa del Morte and Muxia

After an earlier tour (Rias Baixas) we had hoped to get more information during the tour. This tour was light on information about the area. Particularly, we had only one mention of the Costa del Morte at the beginning of the day and no further mention despite the fact that we drove along this coast. There was a lot of free time given in Finisterre with no direction so we spent our time after lunch wandering aimlessly. That said, the tour route was spectacular and the guide and driver extremely pleasant. It was more a driving tour than a cultural tour.

Good taste of the North-West coast of Spain.

Muxia and Finisterre were stunning and we had just the rigt amount of time there. Good location for pick-up point.

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